The upper part of Arezzo has maintained its medieval appearance. This is an ideal location for an Archeological Museum, in this case built over the ruins of a Roman Amphitheatre. For more information consult http://www.tuscanypass.com/tuscany_attractions/9220_the-archaeological-museum.html
Chianciano Terme is a small town known for its curative waters. The Museum of Art of Chianciano hosts an eclectic collection including Neolithic, Asian, and Contemporary Art. Artists on display range from Magritte to Rembrandt. For more information consult http://www.museodarte.org/
I don't think that I have to tell you Florence is a spectacular city just brimming with museums. Did you know that some of them including the Museo di Antropologia in the Palazzo Nonfinito and the Museo Salvatore Ferragamo that includes over ten thousand pairs of shoes, and the Museo della Casa Fiorentina Antica located in the Fourteenth Century Palazzo Davanzati are FREE. For more information consult http://www.florence.world-guides.com/museums.html
Levi Reiss has authored or co-authored ten books on computers and the Internet, but to be honest, he would rather just drink fine Italian or other wine, accompanied by the right foods. He teaches classes in computers at an Ontario French-language community college. Visit his website www.travelitalytravel.com devoted to Italian travel with an accent on fine Italian wine and food. Visit his central wine website www.theworldwidewine.com with weekly reviews of $10 wine and columns devoted to various aspects of wine including wine and food, humor, trivia, organic and kosher wine and lots more.
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